“The team suffered from the electricity cut in the training field in Morocco once we arrived to start our training session ahead of the game,” read a statement by Masry on their official Facebook account early on Friday.
“Masry coach Moine Chaabani decided to continue our training program despite the electricity cut,” the statement added.
Masry claimed a narrow 2-1 lead over RSB Berkane in the first leg last week. They will be hoping to protect their advantage when they face Berkane away from home in the second leg next Sunday.
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